Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS)

Job Title: Chief Finance Officer
Reports To: Chief Executive Officer
Classification: Full-time, Exempt, Salary

Position Summary:

The Chief Finance Officer is responsible for all components of the financial, billing, accounting and human resources functions of the CPACS Community Health Center, a federally qualified health center (FQHC). Assist CEO with strategic, operational and fiscal planning, including oversight of annual budgets and resources.

Duties and responsibilities include:

Develop goals, policies and procedures for the effective financial operations of the corporation and assuring fiscal solvency for same; oversee and supervise all payroll purchasing, accounts receivable, accounts payable and general accounting functions; oversee and supervise all third party reimbursements to assure maximum agency revenues; assist the CEO with all budgeting and capital development efforts with funding sources; supervise and assure timely submission of all regulatory reports i.e. UDS, IRS and Georgia state tax returns including annual Form 990 prepared by agency independent accountants; assure timely and accurate completion of annual agency audit—including preparation and storage of appropriate financial data for auditing purposes; responsible for the inventory and capitalization of all agency equipment, computers, etc. per federal HHS guidelines and accounting practices; prepare monthly financial reports and a balance sheet for the CEO and Board of Directors, apprising the CEO of any major and/or adverse trends in financial operations; and oversee a compliance program that assures adherence to all applicable federal, state and local regulations, as well as grant and contract terms/conditions.


Graduation from a college or university with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field is required. Certification as Public Accountant (CPA) status preferred; flexible hours necessary. Minimum of 5-10 years of progressive management and accounting experience in non-profit setting or health care industry required. Requires experience with Windows, Microsoft Office, Peachtree Accounting software, and other current or comparable software systems. Ability to be multi-tasked and complete assignments within stated timeframe.


Knowledge of the principles and practice of not-for-profit health care organizations. Knowledge of state and federal laws, as pertaining to HHS/HRSA-BPHC regulations and policies. Knowledge of the structure and operations of federally qualified health centers. Experience with computerized accounting systems and spreadsheets. Experience and understanding of computerized accounting systems, budgets, and financial data operations, third party billing, contracting, collections, and cost-reporting (Medicaid & Medicare).

Travel Requirements: Occasional travel may be required
Salary Range: Varies depending on experience
Work Hours: Minimum 40 hours per week

Contact Names and Emails:

 Misoon Lee: [email protected]
Alexis Nkusi at [email protected]

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